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Dec 5, 2011 12:00am EST
actually think. >> host: jeff on the phone from texas. go ahead, please. >> caller: thank you very much for taking my call. i'd like to reference an article you wrote, mr. brooks, previous to the 2008 presidential election called "the class war before palin." i think you made a very estute observation in john mccain choosing palin as the running mate, it was an endorsement of the trend in the republican party specifically in conservatism to basically alienate the intellectual class as the intelligent class and embrace governing from the gut rather than governing from the mind approach of politics which i personally find problematic. i'd like you to kind of update that article that you wrote given the current presidential, the current republican contenders and the rise of newt gingrich, who is an intellectual of sorts and to basically speak to that issue. thank you very much. >> guest: thank you. what i objected to -- i mentioned one of my mentors was william f. buckley. he didn't have a problem with intellectualism. in fact, he was a real intellectual. if you went to his home for dinner
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